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LeoHtut
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Boot lost in winload.exe error when New SSD installation

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When I insert TM8FP6 128GB SSD in my be love 15-db1001ax and start the problem of winload.efi missing and error code 0xc00000e.

Then For three days I am tried and searched for the source and went to bed in the morning and again. all of 1TB is formatted yesterday because all of my lifetime data gone to .gujd file type the couple of weeks ago. 🥲I'm not going to be disconsolate anymore. This is done. I want fast

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@LeoHtut 

I don't see what it is you expect us to do about this from here.

 

So apparently, you had a "lifetime" of (apparently) valuable data on the internal drive and WITHOUT making any backup of the important subset of that data, you opened up your laptop, messed around with the drive and internals, and in the process, formatted the drive. Right?

 

And then, you did SOMETHING (you did not tell us what) to use a 128GB SSD in the place of that drive (or was it in addition to that drive) and that got messed up because now, Windows will not boot.

 

Clearly, Windows needs to be properly installed to the SSD in order to get the laptop to boot and there is nothing we here can do about that for you.

 

But before you do that, if you want ANY of that valuable data back, then you need to tell us that so we can provide you instructions for doing data recovery.

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@LeoHtut 

I don't see what it is you expect us to do about this from here.

 

So apparently, you had a "lifetime" of (apparently) valuable data on the internal drive and WITHOUT making any backup of the important subset of that data, you opened up your laptop, messed around with the drive and internals, and in the process, formatted the drive. Right?

 

And then, you did SOMETHING (you did not tell us what) to use a 128GB SSD in the place of that drive (or was it in addition to that drive) and that got messed up because now, Windows will not boot.

 

Clearly, Windows needs to be properly installed to the SSD in order to get the laptop to boot and there is nothing we here can do about that for you.

 

But before you do that, if you want ANY of that valuable data back, then you need to tell us that so we can provide you instructions for doing data recovery.

***If my post helped, click the thumbs-up symbol to say thanks***

***Please mark Accept As Solution if my post solved your problem***

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Let me know if there is a gujd converter software available one day.

Some of my important files (. gujd) are backed up at Onedrive because you warn me.

My boot lost problem is clear and the new windows 10 is running in SSD correctly when I remove HDD slot and remove battery slot then install new windows and clean to hidden Partition of HDD at normal condition of windows of diskpart in CMD.

sorry for my English 😅

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